This guide is intended as a place for faculty and students to learn more about ethnomathematics and to share resources they have found.
Ethnomathematics is defined by Brazilian mathematician, Ubiratan D’Ambrosio as the intersections of culture, historical traditions, sociocultural roots, and mathematics.
The focus of this guide is Native American mathematics. Please let us know what you discover!
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